Styling The Thatcher Collection

Equal parts playful and versatile, our Thatcher collection is a designer favorite. The fun art deco pattern is available in four colorways: Midnight, Apricot, Rose, and Forest. We asked the pros to share how they’d incorporate this peppy print into their own projects. 


Try Thatcher in a Powder Room or Mudroom

“I am a big fan of a bold print where it makes sense, and the Thatcher collection certainly doesn’t disappoint,” says Allison Handler of Allison Handler Design. “At first glance, I gravitate directly to the Thatcher Forest wallpaper, which I would use in a powder room mixed with black and brass accents and a bold mosaic pattern tile on the floor.” 

Pictured here: Thatcher Forest Wallpaper

Ashley Miller of Ashley Miller Design agrees that Thatcher Forest would shine on powder room walls. “To complement the rich color palette of the wallpaper I would pull a jewel tone such as a deep blue or green and paint all of  the trim in a high gloss sheen.” She shares some ideas for hardware and countertop design, too. “A lush white marble such as Calacatta Viola will not only add contrast but will also perfectly play with the color tones throughout with its strong gold and deep purple veining,” Miller explains. “To elevate and finish the space, I would add an unlacquered solid brass plumbing fixture and hardware which would beautifully patina over time.” 

Pictured here: Thatcher Forest Wallpaper

Allison Prior of Allison Prior Interiors envisions using Thatcher Forest in a mudroom. She notes, “I just love adding a pattern to walls when you least expect it!” 


Paper Something Unexpected

Pictured here: Thatcher Midnight wallpaper

Not ready to cover all four walls within a room? Note that you can work Thatcher wallpaper into your space more subtly, too. “The wallpaper in all colorways could be unexpectedly installed as an accent on stair risers, or the back of glass upper cabinets,” notes Tiffany Skilling of Tiffany Skilling Interiors


Incorporate Thatcher in a Nursery or Child's Room

Pictured here: Thatcher Rose curtains

Handler is inspired by the idea of using Thatcher Rose in a child’s sleep space. “It would be so sweet in a little girls room as a bold wallpaper mixed with millwork in a fun pop color,” she comments. “I could even see upholstering a rocking chair in this fabric in a nursery.” Eilla Pradier of Eilla Adi Design agrees that the Thatcher collection would shine in a child’s bedroom. “You can use the wallpaper to create a fun accent wall and add in throw pillows for a bed or a lounge chair to match,” she suggests. “It’s a great way to create a playful and modern design in the room.” 

Pictured here: Thatcher Rose curtains with Sage tassels, Pepper x Loom & Co. Thatcher Rose dhurrie

And don’t forget about the curtains! “I am currently using Thatcher Rose for a girls' bedroom window treatment,” shares Megan Pisano of Megan Pisano Design. “It's neutral enough that she can grow and it won't be ‘too girly.’ All of the colors are soft and will add a spark to any room.” 

Pictured here: Thatcher Apricot fabric

You can also use the Thatcher fabric as part of a custom upholstery project in a child’s space. “The Apricot colorway would be so fun in a children's playroom as a custom bench cushion in a bay window,” Prior notes. 


Make A Simple Pillow Swap

As the seasons change and spring arrives, try incorporating any of the Thatcher hues in your living room. “It’s a great go-to for refreshing your home for spring,” Pradier comments. “I love switching around throw-pillows to catch the new energy of the coming season, and the pillows in this collection are a great addition, adding a little playful presence to any space.”

Design by Mossy Co. Interiors featuring Thatcher Midnight and Emma Sky pillows.


Pair Thatcher With A Mustard Hue

Emily Klapkowski of You Need Designs envisions any of the Thatcher prints looking lovely alongside a pop of yellow. “I would pair this with muted mustard accents in the form of either paint, throw pillows, accessories, or wall art,” she says. “It would round out the color palette and add contrast while remaining balanced.” 


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